Leesylvania State Park 2001 Daniel K. Ludwig Dr., Woodbridge, VA 22191; Phone: 703-730-8205; Email: Leesylvania@dcr.virginia.gov Latitude, 38.589344. Longitude, -77.263498.
Leesylvania State Park is a 500-acre peninsula on the shores of the tidal Potomac River. It is flanked north and south by two tidal tributaries, Neabsco Creek and Powells Creek. The Park’s eastern shoreline fronts the Potomac River. The waterfront setting attracts great numbers and varieties of water birds such as large waders, terns, gulls ...
It is a wonderful place for a family picnic, a stroll along several well-marked hiking trails, a day of fishing or boating on the Potomac River, or simply a place to breathe some fresh air after this long COVID-19 lockdown. It draws a really diverse array of families that reflects the rich culture of Northern, Virginia.
Swimming is not allowed at the park due to under water hazards and boat activity. Season/Hours: All Year/Daylight Hours; Fee: Park Fees; Location:N/A ; Picnic Shelters. Four large picnic shelters and an open area (Lee’s Landing) are available for rent. To reserve, call the Reservations Center at 1-800-933-PARK.
Leesylvania State Park is in the southeast area of Prince William County, approximately 25 miles from Washington, D.C. and Fredericksburg. From I-95, take Rippon Landing Exit 156; then go east on Route 784 to U.S. 1. From U.S. 1, Route 610 (Neabsco Road) east two miles.
The recreational opportunities in state parks are endless and easy to see – from swimming and boating to horseshoes and hiking, there’s always something to do in a Virginia State Park. 2001 Daniel K. Ludwig Drive Woodbridge, Virginia 22191 703-730-8205 email@example.com.